Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The Vampire Queen's Servant (Vampire Queen #1) by Joey W. Hill

As anyone who has read this blog knows I am a huge Joey W. Hill fan.  And though I’ve got a stack of books on my TBR shelf I should get to I felt the need to re-read The Vampire Queen's Servant and was once again stunned at how incredible this series is.

Lady Elyssa Yamato Amaterasu Wentworth is a centuries-old vampire who's been given a new servant-Jacob, a total alpha male unaccustomed to submitting to any woman's wishes. What really binds Jacob to her are not her sensual midnight hungers, but something far more provocative. It stirs her blood, renews her life, and awakens her soul like only true love can. The passion between Elyssa and Jacob yields something else unexpected-a shared history that reaches back through the centuries and is fated to challenge their destiny like nothing ever will again.


This is a darkly sensual and intensely erotic introduction to the world of Joey W. Hill’s Vampire Queen series now numbering 9.  It starts off with an introduction to the last remaining Vampire Queen Lady Elyssa Yamato Amaterasu Wentworth and her new servant former vampire hunter Jacob Green.  This is an incredible world with sex, politics, Vampires and Fae.  Nobody can get you into the mindset of her characters quite like Joey W. Hill.  And because I’ve read this one I now have to go re-read the next installment The Mark of the Vampire Queen

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